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Alberta
 
Original Alberta - SORRY - FULL
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Original Alberta

See Alberta’s vast and dramatically variable landscapes on a tour that will take you through key landmarks and experiences of both our Indigenous cultures and paleontological discovery.

Preferred markets: Mexico, UK, Germany, Japan, South Korea, China, Canada, USA

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour: some stretches of rural highway do not have internet access

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is 2-3 hours

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies
  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: two meals

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Walking shoes

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses

  • Comfortable clothing

  • Camera

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Ready to Rockies: Icons and Unknowns - SORRY - FULL
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Enjoy signature Canadian Rockies experiences and exciting new attractions on your Alberta adventure through Kananaskis Country, Banff National Park and the Cowboy Trail.

There’s a reason everybody’s heard of Banff. The mountain town's got a lot to love: historic charm, beautiful natural surroundings and all the amenities you could ask for. Perhaps more unknown is Banff’s Rocky Mountain Cuisine—think gin made from glacier water with foraged spruce, elk burgers and bison tenderloin. GROWL. “What’s that?” Could be your stomach. Or, it could be a bear. I guess you will have to visit to know for sure. September is the best month to explore. Ever heard of golden hour? How about golden hours? The larches are changing colour and you’re going to want to see it, we promise.
What do you get when you draw a border around dozens of provincial parks and recreation areas an hour west of Calgary? Oh, just thousands of square kilometres of glorious Kananaskis Country at the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. What’s better than enjoying K Country by foot? Enjoying it by spa. Take in the mountain views at Alberta’s first Nordic spa, which opened in 2018—a deliberately different take on the concept for modern-day trailblazers.
Next, you will literally blaze a trail with visits to Boundary Ranch for a horseback adventure, Bar U Ranch, one of Alberta’s National Historic Sites and a stop at Eau Claire Distillery to sample offerings from Alberta’s first micro distillery. This journey will take you along the legendary Cowboy Trail. A cowboy hat isn't mandatory when you explore these legendary trails, but will definitely help you fit in.
We can’t wait to welcome you to Alberta. Just make sure your phone is charged. You’re going to want to record this!

Preferred markets: UK, US, Canada, Germany, Mexico, China, Australia, South Korea, Japan

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. There may be intermittent loss of wifi between Banff and Lake Louise and on the horseback experience. All hotels have Wi-Fi access

  • There is some road travel, but we have kept it to a minimum. The longest continuous drive length is 1 hour and 45 mins

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour. There may be intermittent loss of phone service between Banff and Lake Louise and on the horseback experience, but guides will ensure access to landlines is nearby in case of emergency. Long distance charges will apply

  • Physical restrictions: Between caving, hiking and horseback riding, participants of this FAM should be physically fit to take on these activities as well as a fair amount of walking. Adventurous spirits welcome!

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: two meals

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

  • Outdoor adventures may be subject to the weather. Activities like the horseback riding and hiking, may be cancelled in the event of heavy rain, snow or wind. Participants require physical fitness to participate

  • Because this tour takes media to some of Canada’s most iconic and photogenic locations, it is ideal if media guests are photo-savvy and are enthusiastic for landscape photography

  • There are many culinary components on this trip, so media guests with an open mind for trying new cuisines and foods is preferred

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm layers for clothing (long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, water/wind repellent jacket, long pants, warm socks)

  • Running/athletic shoes or hiking shoes

  • Accessories: Gloves, hat (toque and/or brimmed), scarf, umbrella, cowboy hat if you have one

  • Miscellaneous: Water bottle, sunglasses, sun screen, insect repellent, moisturizing lotion (face/hands), lip balm, tissues

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Top of the World Adventure — Experience Canada's Glaciers, alpine lakes, skies and stars - SORRY - FULL
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Explore Alberta’s most famous sites

Explore Alberta’s most famous sites – glaciers, turquoise blue alpine lakes, blue skies and stargazing in the world famous Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll spend your time high in the Canadian Rockies at the top of the world, Canada’s highest elevations. This trip takes place during the peak photography when trees are changing from green to bright yellow. This Canadian Rocky Mountain adventure is an experience of a lifetime and we encourage photo-savvy media to sign up for the opportunity to capture some of Canada’s most photo-worthy places. Explore Alberta’s most iconic tour of the highest peaks and world famous Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This trip takes you on an adventure where you will see ancient glaciers, Canadian Rocky Mountain wildlife, crystal clear turquoise blue lakes and starry skies. You’ll also get to drive the iconic Icefields Parkway, often named the most beautiful drive in the world, and fly over the Canadian Rockies by helicopter sightseeing tour. You’ll see the famous Lake Louise and spend time in world-famous Banff. This Canadian Rocky Mountain adventure features the places where travellers have been visiting for over 100 years.

Preferred markets: UK, US, Canada, Germany, China, Mexico, Australia, South Korea, Japan

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: Available everywhere except Icefields Parkway and surrounding area. All hotels will have internet access in the morning and evenings.

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is 4 hours on the first day, then 1-2 hours each day on the most scenic drive in the world

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour. No cell service on the Icefields Parkway. Cell service is excellent in the towns of Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness e.g. Physically fit to walk on a glacier and mountain trails. Aerial helicopter sightseeing tour is part of this itinerary. If you have a fear of heights or are unable to fly from 3048 meters (10,000 feet) up, please do not sign up for this pre-tour and allow others to sign up and take part in this very special experience

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation will be included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: two meals

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

  • Outdoor adventures may be subject to the weather. Activities like the boat cruise, helicopter tour, glacier tour and stargazing may be cancelled in the event of heavy rain, snow or wind. Participants require general physical fitness to participate
  • Because this tour takes media to some of Canada’s most iconic and photogenic locations, it is ideal if media guests are photo-savvy and are enthusiastic for landscape photography

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm layers for clothing (long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, water/wind repellent jacket, snow/ski jacket, long waterproof pants, warm socks)

  • Running/athletic shoes or hiking shoes

  • Cold weather accessories: Gloves, hat, scarf, umbrella

  • Miscellaneous: Water bottle, sunglasses, sun screen, insect repellent, moisturizing lotion (face/hands), lip balm, tissues


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Alberta Culinary & Cultural Adventure
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Monday, October 8, 2018


Tour theme: Explore Alberta’s rich cultural history through a culinary adventure, from the fur trade of the 1800s to the vibrant city of Edmonton today.

Central Alberta, Edmonton and area is a portal to the province’s rich Indigenous heritage and modern-day cultural mosaic. From traditional bannock cooked over a Métis campfire to the farm-to-fork bison of the Canadian Prairies. Enjoy the scenic views along the David Thompson Highway (named after a legendary early Canadian explorer) and dive deep into Alberta’s past at Parks Canada’s Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site where centuries ago, the fur trade brought Canada’s Indigenous people, the Métis, and European traders together at this exact location. Then, immerse yourself in the modern culture and culinary arts in Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton. Visit the recently opened Royal Alberta Museum, one of Canada’s leading museums of human and natural history. Explore Elk Island National Park, the largest enclosed national park in Canada, where you will experience a classic voyageur canoe tour on Astotin Lake, learn more about bison conservation and enjoy star-gazing and a fireside picnic dinner. Top off the trip with a long table dinner of Alberta’s local produce prepared by a hometown chef at Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm.

Preferred markets: China, Mexico, UK, USA, Germany, Canada

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: everywhere except limited at David Thompson Highway, Elk Island National Park, Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site and Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is 2-4 hours on three days

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour. Limited along David Thompson Highway, Elk Island National Park

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness to participate in the Edmonton Segway tour and Evalley bike tour

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Two meals per day included on arrival and one for departure

  • Three meals per day are included during the trip

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: two meals

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

  • Outdoor adventures may be subject to the weather. Activities like canoeing, biking, etc. may be cancelled in the event of heavy rain or wind. Participants require general physical fitness to participate

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm layers for clothing (long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, water/wind repellent jacket, snow/ski jacket, long pants, warm socks)

  • Running/athletic shoes

  • Business casual attire for dine-around in downtown Edmonton

  • Cold weather accessories: gloves/mitts, hat/toque, scarf, umbrella

  • Miscellaneous: water bottle, insect repellent, moisturizing hand lotion, lip balm, tissues

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

British Columbia
 
Explore B.C.'s coastal wilderness paradise on the Sunshine Coast of B.C. - SORRY - FULL
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Explore B.C.’s coastal wilderness paradise on and around the remote waters of Desolation Sound, which includes an afternoon viewing of the coastal grizzly bears of Toba Inlet with a Klahoose First Nation guide and a hike through the backcountry and old growth forests of the Sunshine Coast Trail.

Despite its remote atmosphere, the Sunshine Coast is the perfect easy access destination from the city of Vancouver and the Pacific Northwest in general. It’s a quick (or slow) getaway that lets visitors experience the Coast’s diverse nature and inspires people to unwind and recharge their mind, body and spirit.

This trip begins with a short flight from Vancouver to the town of Powell River, which sits within the traditional territory of the Tla'amin Nation, in the northern region of the Sunshine Coast. We will head by boat through Desolation Sound Marine Park directly to the cozy all-inclusive Homfray Lodge. The Homfray Lodge experience includes a half-day of viewing grizzly bears in their natural habitat as well as time to take out a kayak/paddleboard or just relax and enjoy the spectacular setting in this remote area.

We will explore the tiny seaside village of Lund, take a short, guided hike on the Sunshine Coast Trail, hang out with locals, drink craft beer and eat dinner at the Coastal Cookery in downtown Powell River. The adventure will wrap up the next day with a final breakfast in Lund and flights back to Vancouver by early afternoon. Our guests will arrive in Calgary well rested, refreshed and ready for GoMedia 2018.


Preferred markets: UK, Germany, Australia, Canada (except BC), USA

Special notes or considerations:
  • There is limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: All accommodations have Wi-Fi with limitations at Homfray Lodge where Wi-Fi is only accessible in the Great Room inside the Lodge

  • We will be spending a number of hours on the water – that includes to and from Homfray Lodge, a half-day grizzly bear viewing tour and an evening cocktail cruise. Maximum consecutive time on the water is about 2 hours

  • There is limited cellular phone service on parts of the tour. There is cellular service in Powell River and Lund, however it can be spotty in certain places along the highway. Cell service is limited at Homfray Lodge and most of the surrounding water and inlets

  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness in order to manage a short uphill hike (1 hr), walk on uneven terrain and be comfortable travelling by boat/zodiac on water in remote areas

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is guaranteed at all accommodations

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport is included

  • This outdoor adventure includes time in remote areas where there is wildlife and potentially unexpected changes in weather conditions. All activities are weather dependent and participants must be open to last minute changes that may involve some extra time drinking craft beer with friendly and chatty locals! However, this is not a trip for fair-weather friends so please come prepared to enjoy the outdoors, rain or shine

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm layers for clothing (long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, water/wind repellent jacket, long pants, warm socks)

  • Running/athletic shoes or hiking shoes

  • Accessories: Gloves, hat (toque and/or brimmed), scarf, umbrella, cowboy hat if you have one

  • Miscellaneous: Water bottle, sunglasses, sun screen, insect repellent, moisturizing lotion (face/hands), lip balm, tissues

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Into the Wilds of the National Parks Corridor
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: The National Parks corridor of BC is like no other, full of natural wonders on a massive scale. Cutting through the mountain ranges, crossing wilderness rivers and navigating around glaciers – the corridor displays spectacular scenery. The Canadian Pacific Railway pioneered the route in 1885, facilitating the first practical access to this mountain wilderness and adventure tourism.

Our first stop will be the town of Golden, situated at the confluence of the Columbia and Kicking Horse Rivers and at the heart of six national parks. Golden is renowned for outdoor recreation, just about everything is offered – mountain biking, kayaking, rafting, paragliding, skydiving and a Via Ferrata. There is also an abundance of wildlife, history and scenery in this mountain town to captivate you and keep you coming back.
In Golden we’ll take a walk with the wolves, before being whisked away by helicopter to a remote backcountry lodge to explore North America’s largest high alpine meadow.

From here we'll travel over Roger’s Pass, and learn of historic railway tales and mountaineering legends at the Roger’s Pass National Historic Site, before arriving in the picturesque community of Revelstoke.

Revelstoke has retained many of its original early 20th century business buildings and hundreds of its heritage homes. The city is also a hot spot for backcountry adventure, nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee ranges and gateway to Mount Revelstoke National Park.

In Revelstoke, we’ll take a ride on ‘The Pipe,’ Revelstoke Mountain Resort’s unique single-track mountain coaster, as well as have the option to explore the alpine backcountry by mountain bike, or paddle on a remote lake with endless panoramic mountain views.

Canada’s natural treasures are protected forever in national parks. On our final day we’ll return to Calgary, while stopping in to visit some of the highlights of Mount Revelstoke, Glacier and Yoho national parks. We’ll walk amongst giant cedars that are almost a half a millennium old, see the old stone ruins of Glacier House Site, discover a jewel of the Canadian Rockies – a magnificent Emerald Lake, stop at the Natural Bridge and admire the irresistible force of water cascading under a natural rock bridge, and finally, stand at the base of one of Canada’s highest waterfalls, Takakkaw Falls.

Preferred markets: USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia

Special notes or considerations:
  • Internet access will be provided in all hotels and in some restaurants

  • There is limited cellular phone service on some areas of the Trans-Canada Highway as well as at Purcell Mountain Lodge and on Lake Revelstoke

  • Physical restrictions: Participants must be of “good” physical fitness. They must be able to walk on uneven terrain. They must be able to endure fall time mountain outdoor conditions that can be rainy and cold

  • Some of the activities will be subject to weather and may change

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included, except for travel days where timing may result in only 2 meals per day

  • Tourism Revelstoke & Tourism Golden will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Travel and wildlife adventures are at the mercy of Mother Nature. All water related activities and helicopter access activities (i.e. Purcell Mountain Lodge & Lake Revelstoke) are weather dependent and may need to be cancelled in the event of heavy rain, high winds, or unsafe flying conditions. Travel delays can also happen. Participants must be of flexible nature and disposition

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Small day back pack

  • Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm

  • Comfortable light hiking or running shoes

  • Warm waterproof and windproof jacket

  • Layered clothing (long underwear, wool or fleece sweater)

  • Comfortable long lightweight pants

  • Wool hat, toque, or beanie

  • Light gloves

  • Warm socks

  • Bathing suit

  • Refillable water bottle

  • Camera equipment

  • Sports casual clothing (t-shirts, jeans, etc.)

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Fall Culture & Nature Exploration in BC's Interior: Kamloops, Shuswap & Vernon
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Monday, October 8, 2018


Tour theme: There’s something about fall in BC’s Interior, and it’s not pumpkin spice lattes. The fresh, crisp air, long days and endless summer weather makes the interior of British Columbia a top destination to visit. Fresh flavours, rich indigenous culture and outdoor exploration top the list.

Situated on the territory of the Secwepemc Nation, the cities of Kamloops and Vernon and the Shuswap region offer fall exploration full of vibrant colours, great harvest flavours and natural phenomenon. This area is an emerging wine region in BC, a great place to dig into some of the province’s newest craft breweries and distilleries and connect with great food masters that create from the best of fall’s bounty. Draped in rich indigenous culture, this area is celebrating one of nature’s greatest life cycles: the Adams River sockeye salmon run. 2018 will be a peak run and is expected to see 30 million+ sockeye salmon return to the Adams River to spawn plus visits from many other native BC animal species like bald eagles, bear and coyote.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA, UK, Germany, Australia, China

Special notes or considerations:
  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is 1.5 hours

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness. (e.g. must be able to walk on uneven terrain, endure outdoor conditions)

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: two meals

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: two meals

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Layers/long sleeves and long pants

  • Light jacket

  • Hiking shoes or running shoes

  • Clothes that potentially could get wet, but not likely (for stand-up paddle boarding)

  • Hat

  • Water bottle

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Manitoba
 
A 'True North' Experience Through a Scientific Lens: Churchill Northern Studies Centre
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Tuesday, October 9, 2018


Tour theme: Manitoba’s northern coastline is a natural wonder

Manitoba’s northern coastline is a natural wonder on a massive scale and encompasses many diverse habitats and rich ecosystems. Learn about this bio-diverse region of Canada known for polar bears, beluga whales and northern lights from local or scientific experts at our collegial base, the stunning Churchill Northern Studies Centre, an active research facility located 23 kms from Churchill. The non-profit LEED® Silver centre, designed for minimal environmental impact, attracts scientists from around the world for research but also runs expert-led learning vacations for travellers who seek a deeper understanding of the culture, sub-Arctic ecology and wildlife in the area while they walk, ride and fly over the incredible tundra. Along the southern edge of Canada’s Arctic stands Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC). From there, we will explore with local experts the boreal tree line, through taiga and tundra, to the saltwater tidal and marine environments of Hudson Bay, and the town of Churchill.

Churchill, population 900, is home to the most accessible population of polar bears. Beluga whales congregate in the Churchill River each summer by the thousands. More than 300 nights of northern lights light up the skies. Over 500 species of arctic wildflowers and boreal plants grow here. Arctic migratory birds and northern nesting fowl in great numbers show up each spring. Add arctic foxes, caribou, snowy owls and harbour seals and one can see how this bio-diverse region draws scientists and wildlife watchers from around the world.

Highlights of this media trip will include dog sledding, a helicopter tour over Cape Churchill, a Tundra Buggy tour, wildlife and history tour, and presentation from scientists at the centre. Although this tour starts a week earlier than the centre’s official Lords of the Arctic polar bear tour, there is a very good chance bears will be spotted during one of our many wildlife-focused outings.

Preferred markets: US, Australia, UK, Germany

Special notes or considerations:
  • There is limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: Churchill Northern Studies Centre, in the Winnipeg and Churchill airports, hotels in Winnipeg.
  • There is limited cellular phone service on parts of the tour. Cell service will be limited in Churchill depending on service provider. Long distance charges will not be covered.
  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness in order to manage a short uphill hike (1 hr), walk on uneven terrain and be comfortable travelling by boat/zodiac on water in remote areas
  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is guaranteed at all accommodations

  • Two to three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport is included

  • Travel Manitoba will provide a packing list to be followed closely. Baggage restrictions will apply on Calm Air flights. Media can check and leave extra luggage in Winnipeg, if needed.

  • Churchill Northern Studies Centre has dormitory-style accommodations. Media will have private rooms for sleeping, but washrooms are shared.

  • The Churchill Northern Studies Centre is fragrance-free. Please respect this.

  • While polar bears can be seen from June to November in Churchill area, peak-viewing season is mid-October to mid-November. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed in early October. This tour is designed to offer the optimal chance of seeing wildlife.

  • Travel and wildlife adventures in the remote north are at the mercy of Mother Nature. All tundra related activities (i.e. hiking, tundra vehicle excursions, flights) are weather dependent and may need to be cancelled in the event of heavy rain, blizzard conditions, or high winds. Travel delays can also happen. Participants must be of flexible nature and disposition.

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Proper winter outdoor gear (parka, ski pants, winter boots) can be rented in Churchill for media who require it.

  • Warm layered clothing (i.e. fleece sweater, fleece pants, long and short sleeved shirts, etc.)

  • Warm gloves, toque/beanie/hat and scarf to protect from the wind

  • Light hiking shoes/boots that are comfortable, provide good support, and that you do not mind getting dirty or wet

  • Warm socks

  • Indoor footwear for Churchill Northern Studies Centre

  • Sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm

  • Camera equipment (with extra batteries)

  • Binoculars

  • Small day backpack

  • Refillable water bottle

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

New Brunswick
 
Wolastoq Tales - Dive deep in the river's rich history and culture
Thursday, September 27, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Learn about how this river has played a pivotal role in shaping and defining the history, culture and development of New Brunswick.

At 673 km, the St. John River is the longest in New Brunswick, Canada. To the Indigenous Maliseet, it is known as ‘’Wolastoq’’ which translates to “Beautiful River,” and the Maliseet call themselves “Wolastoqiyik,” which translates to "People of the Beautiful River."

For thousands of years, the Wolastoqiyik traveled and lived along the river and everyone from the First Nations and Samuel de Champlain to the Acadians and early European settlers have benefitted from this tremendous waterway.

Join us on this road trip excursion along the river, where some of the highlights are meeting the locals, diving deep in the river’s rich history, hiking old portage trails, tasting local ingredients in unique settings and floating down the river on a houseboat and a canoe. Immersed in the river valley, you will have an authentic look at life along this key waterway - all while enjoying the beauty of our breathtaking autumn colours.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA, UK, Germany, France

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: Fredericton Free Wifi downtown, Delta Hotel, airport, and other locations

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways or back roads is between 20 min to 1h30 min

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour. Long distance calls will not be covered on tour

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “good” physical fitness. Must be able to hike on uneven terrain, paddle (kayak or canoe) and stand for a period of time

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Variety in accommodations. As we are aiming to offer different experiences to the media, there is a possibility of staying on a house boat with a shared washroom. There will be one night with access to a private room at a hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: two meals (lunch and dinner)

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal (breakfast)

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport included

  • All nature related activities: hiking, kayaking or canoeing are very weather dependent and may need to be cancelled in the event of heavy rain or high winds

  • Travel delays can also happen. Participants must be of flexible nature and disposition

  • Itinerary subject to change due to weather

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Moisture-wicking quick dry clothing (pants, shorts, short & long-sleeve shirt)

  • Jeans or slacks

  • Warm sweater (fleece or wool)

  • Outer shell / windbreaker/jacket

  • Comfortable walking or hiking shoes, runners and/or sandals

  • Sunglasses, hat, and/or buff, bandana

  • Personal travel toiletries

  • Day-pack to carry your personal needs during the day

  • Reusable travel water bottle

  • Camera & accessories

  • Cell phone / tablet + charger

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Newfoundland and Labrador
 
Journey to the Vikings
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Saturday, September 29, 2018


Tour theme: Culture and History

Travel the Viking Trail – Experience the unique culture and history and a half billion year-old geological wonder in Gros Morne National Park. Walk in the steps of the Vikings at L’Anse aux Meadows; a 1,000 year-old viking site.

Preferred markets: Canada, UK, Gemany, USA

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: L’Anse aux Meadows and Woody Point

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is 4 hrs

  • Limited cellular phone service in parts of the tour. Limited Cell phone service in L’Anse aux Meadows and Woody Point

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Two meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: no meals

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: A complimentary self-serve breakfast available at the accommodation on the day of departure.

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage at the Taste of Gros Morne dinner

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Layered clothing

  • Hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Warm coat

Click here to see the full tour itinerary

Nova Scotia
 
Cape Breton Colours - SORRY - FULL
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Tuesday, October 9, 2018


Tour theme: From history and culture to music, seafood, outdoor adventures, talented artists and friendly locals, a new discovery awaits around every corner, interspersed with our spectacular fall colours.

Cape Breton Island is often referred to as Nova Scotia’s masterpiece. If you’ve never been there, it should be on your bucket list. Alexander Graham Bell said it best: “I have traveled around the globe. I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes and the Alps, and the Highlands of Scotland, but for simple beauty Cape Breton outrivals them all.” Find out for yourself why this island has made such a lasting impression on so many. Breathe in the fresh air through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Tour the world-renowned Cabot Trail. Step into the life of a French Settler at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. Take a white glove tour at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. Discover Cheticamp’s Acadian history and world famous hooked rugs. Tap your toes during a ceilidh at the Celtic Music Centre. This time of year, the sounds of fiddles, pipes and voices in song echo amongst the spectacular fall colours across the entire island.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA , UK, Germany, France, China

Special notes or considerations:
  • Limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be expected in the following locations: hotels, airports and most public spaces

  • Extensive road travel (all travel times indicated in the itinerary)

  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness. Participants should be of “fair” physical fitness, able to walk short distances and some uneven terrain, rain or shine.

  • Participants should be aware that fresh fish and seafood are staples in most restaurants across the province however all menus will offer as much variety of options as possible.

  • Transportation will be in fully-equipped minivans

  • The tour will be guided/escorted by representative(s) of Tourism Nova Scotia and/or Destination Cape Breton.

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies.

  • We aim to give media guests at least 2 hours of ‘down’ time daily which they can use for checking emails, exploring areas on their own, conducting additional interviews, etc.

  • It is the responsibility of the media guest to ensure they have adequate travel and health insurance to cover participation in the trip.

  • All major credit cards are accepted in Nova Scotia and ATM’s are widely available. Currency Exchange Services are available at the airport and most banks throughout the province.

  • Accommodations, 3 meals a day and activities listed in the final itinerary may be hosted by various partners and will be covered as indicated. Upon check-in at each hotel, media guests will be required to provide a credit card to cover any incidental expenses (ie. mini-bar, room service, phone calls, movies, etc.).

  • Evening dinners will include complimentary alcoholic beverages made in Nova Scotia at the discretion of the representative of Tourism Nova Scotia. Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal.

  • The final itinerary may be subject to change depending on weather and availability.

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Nova Scotia has a temperate climate with daytime temperatures in the fall in the range of 12 - 20º Celsius to evening lows of 8-15º Celsius. Please be sure to bring comfortable clothing that can be layered and a good pair of walking shoes; raincoat; sweater / sweatshirt and a light jacket. We also recommend sunscreen and insect repellant.

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Taste of Nova Scotia
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Tuesday, October 9, 2018


Tour theme: When our land, sea, and people come together, you’ll find yourself asking for seconds!

Welcome to a province that inspires chefs from around the world to set up shop. Sit down, relax and dig into cuisine shaped by our fresh local ingredients. Savor authentic culinary experiences that can only come from the passion of our farmers, fishers, chefs, winemakers and craft brewers. Our seafood often gets top billing but that’s just the beginning of why foodies keep coming back to our tables.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA , UK, Germany, France, China

Special notes or considerations:
  • There is limited cellular phone service and Wi-Fi access in some sections of the province however we will make every effort to have Wi-Fi access available each evening at the hotel

  • Extensive road travel (all travel times indicated in the itinerary)

  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness. Participants should be of “fair” physical fitness, able to walk short distances and some uneven terrain, rain or shine.

  • Participants should be aware that fresh fish and seafood are staples in most restaurants across the province however all menus will offer as much variety of options as possible.

  • Transportation will be in fully-equipped minivans

  • The tour will be guided/escorted by representative(s) of Tourism Nova Scotia and/or Destination Cape Breton.

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies.

  • We aim to give media guests at least 2 hours of ‘down’ time daily which they can use for checking emails, exploring areas on their own, conducting additional interviews, etc.

  • It is the responsibility of the media guest to ensure they have adequate travel and health insurance to cover participation in the trip.

  • All major credit cards are accepted in Nova Scotia and ATM’s are widely available. Currency Exchange Services are available at the airport and most banks throughout the province.

  • Accommodations, 3 meals a day and activities listed in the final itinerary may be hosted by various partners and will be covered as indicated. Upon check-in at each hotel, media guests will be required to provide a credit card to cover any incidental expenses (ie. mini-bar, room service, phone calls, movies, etc.).

  • Evening dinners will include complimentary alcoholic beverages made in Nova Scotia at the discretion of the representative of Tourism Nova Scotia. Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal.

  • The final itinerary may be subject to change depending on weather and availability.

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Nova Scotia has a temperate climate with daytime temperatures in the fall in the range of 12 - 20º Celsius to evening lows of 8-15º Celsius. Please be sure to bring comfortable clothing that can be layered and a good pair of walking shoes; raincoat; sweater / sweatshirt and a light jacket. We also recommend sunscreen and insect repellant.

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Ontario
 
SOLD OUT Thunder Bay, Gateway to Ontario, Canada's Great Outdoors
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - Saturday, September 29, 2018


Tour theme: Active adventures, history, off the beaten track

Nestled on Lake Superior’s shore, the greatest of the Great Lakes, Thunder Bay's awe-inspiring natural setting is matched by a rich cultural history. Beautiful parks and gardens as well as dramatic vistas of mountains, waterfalls and billion-year-old canyons dramatize the landscape in and around Thunder Bay. Your adventure begins with a step onto Canada's largest suspension bridge at Eagle canyon. Extending 600 feet and rising 152 feet above the canyon floor, this heart pounding experience is never to be forgotten.

Hike along one of the 80 km of trails at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Superior and the surrounding area from the Top of the Giant Trail and Thunder Bay Lookout. The natural rock peninsula shielding Thunder Bay from Lake Superior’s full force is named for its resemblance to a recumbent giant. Home to abundant wildlife, boreal forest and ancient legends, this must-see location is the gateway to Ontario’s northwest frontier.

The exhilarating vistas continue at Ouimet Canyon’s panoramic views of a 150 metre wide gorge and sheer cliffs that drop 120 metres straight down to the canyon floor. Kakabeka Falls, one of North America’s tallest cascades, showcases a veil of water plunging 40 metres over some of the Earth’s oldest rock to the rugged gorge below. Grab your camera and capture the beauty.

Time travel back to the era of the North West Company, the Canadian fur trade and timeless Aboriginal cultural traditions at Fort William Historical Park, one of the largest living history attractions in North America, recognized as one of the Top Ten Attractions in Canada and one of the world's most impressive living history sites.
Return to the vibrant City of Thunder Bay to shop or dine at some of the city’s top restaurants before enjoying a sailing adventure on Lake Superior that embarks from the city’s dramatic, revitalized waterfront.

Preferred markets: Germany, U.S.A , U.K., Canada, Japan, China

Special notes or considerations:
  • There will be limited cellular phone service and Wi-Fi access in regions of the various provincial parks. Internet access will be available in the hotel each evening. There will be limited cellular phone service and Wi-Fi access in regions around the various provincial parks

  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is approximately 2 ½ per day

  • Physical restrictions: Participants must be of fair physical fitness. They must be able to walk on an uneven terrain and endure outdoor conditions whether hot, rainy or cold

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included except on travel days

  • OTMPC and its partners are pleased to include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: two meals

  • Transfer to and from airport / train station included

  • Other: Minivan transportation included to and from all sites. Proposed transportation: 10 passenger van


Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Long leg pants (avoid denim)

  • Long sleeve shirts

  • Shell jacket or poncho for rain

  • Hat

  • Hiking boots

  • Wicking socks

  • Woven fabric belt

  • Handkerchiefs

  • Water bottle

  • Notebook & pens

  • Fleece jacket

  • Hiking backpack for camera, chargers, personal electronics, etc.

  • Dress shirt / dress / skirt and flip flops or sandals for dinner

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Prince Edward Island
 
Canada's Food Island - SORRY - FULL
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Discover why Canada’s tiniest province is a big contender on the global culinary stage

There is something to be said about the peaceful feeling of standing on the shore of a beach all to yourself and just being there in the moment. The culinary experience on Prince Edward Island is not just about world class ingredients and highly skilled chefs. It’s about the love of the land and water that all Islanders share. This three-day press tour across “Canada’s Food Island” invites media to join us in our kitchens, on our boats, in our fields or on our shores, as we take you for an authentic culinary adventure. Learn to shuck oysters, dig for clams, and prepare delicious dishes from Island chefs. Watch as we teach you our secrets on how to steam, grill, bake, and roast our favourite dishes and enjoy the rewards of eating the freshest food you’ve ever tasted. Whether it be a fine-dining restaurant, a unique cooking class or a barbeque on the beach, we guarantee you flavour you’ll never forget.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA , UK, Germany, Japan

Special notes or considerations:
  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies – menus will include a wide variety of seafood

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm clothing such as fleece jacket and/or waterproof shell will be necessary for outdoor activities

  • Comfortable footwear (shoes may get wet)

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Explore a less-discovered Island and its Small Towns
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Discovering Price Edward Island’s hidden gems and small towns

Cool can be found where you least expect it, like in some of the Island’s most enticing, intriguing, enchanting coastal areas and small towns on a small Island. This four-day itinerary will take you across the Island through small towns with big charm; the kind of places you have to get out and discover. Explore picturesque fishing villages, seaside towns, and hidden gems only found in between the rolling hills of the Island. Eat with locals at their favourite spots, take in the views, and find vintage and handmade treasures from Prince Edward Island artisans. This trip is designed to get a glimpse of the magic that still exists living life in a small town.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA , UK, Germany, Japan

Special notes or considerations:
  • Extensive road travel. The number of hours per day one can expect to be travelling on highways is approximately two hours per day.

  • Physical restrictions: While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness. We will be walking on beaches and on land with a slight incline as well as through small towns.

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies. Menus will include a wide variety of seafood.

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Transfer to and from airport are included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Comfortable footwear (shoes may get wet).

  • Warm clothing such as fleece jacket and/or waterproof shell

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Québec
 
Charlevoix, Host of the G7 Summit and Home to a Unique American Heritage
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Experience Charlevoix through the lens of the Charlevoix G7 Summit and its themes of innovation, women, and the green economy. Discover the unique American heritage and legacy that have left their imprint on La Malbaie, where the Summit will be held on June 8 and 9.

In 2018, the whole world will turn its eyes to the Charlevoix region. The town of La Malbaie boasts a tradition of hospitality more than two centuries old and is considered one of the birthplaces of Canada’s resort industry. Perched above the St. Lawrence River with Charlevoix’s mountains rising behind it, Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu will offer a unique panorama to the world’s top leaders. And the 2018 G7 Summit will be remembered as a historic gathering that helped highlight the region’s capacity for innovation, sustainable development projects, artistic talent, culinary expertise, women’s leadership initiatives—not to mention the breathtaking charm of Charlevoix.

About Charlevoix: Charlevoix is an authentic, natural tourist region in Quebec, Canada, located on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River. It owes its spectacular landscape and vistas to a meteorite impact crater formed 400 million years ago. Recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the region is a giant playground home to diverse flora and fauna. The confluence of the St. Lawrence and the Saguenay Fjord creates exceptional conditions for marine mammals to feed in. Charlevoix is just an hour’s drive from Quebec City and offers hikers and adventurers three of the most beautiful national parks in the province. The region is also host to an ever-growing number of cultural festivals and events—perhaps a legacy of the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, which was born here in the late 70s. Renowned for its local specialty products, Charlevoix is also a must for gourmets. Whatever the season, Charlevoix knows how to treat guests right!


Preferred markets: USA, Canada, France, Germany

Special notes or considerations:
  • Expect to be on the road for 2 hours a day.

  • While this tour is not overly strenuous, participants must be in “fair” physical condition.

  • Participants should advise organizers if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies.

  • Single accommodation is included at each hotel.

  • Three meals a day are included.

  • The day of arrival includes one meal.

  • The day of departure includes one meal.

  • One complimentary alcoholic beverage is included with every dinner.

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal.

  • Transfer to and from airport/train station is included.

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Water bottle

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses

  • Mosquito repellant

  • Warm clothing (gloves, hat, jacket and warm sweater)

  • Comfortable (sport) shoes

  • Business attire for the evenings

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Québec City, l'accent d'Amérique
Thursday, September 27, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Culture, heritage and adventure

The Quebec City region, cradle of French America, is marked by the history of a people unique in North America, both strong and proud of its Indigenous and European ancestry. This brief three-day incursion of our past and present is interwoven with just enough outdoor activities to leave you planning your return trip.


Preferred markets: USA, Mexico, France, China, UK, Germany, South Korea

Special notes or considerations:
  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness. Participants should be of “fair” physical fitness, able to walk short distances and some uneven terrain, rain or shine.

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies.

  • Single accommodation is guaranteed at all accommodations

  • Two to three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: one meal

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport is included

  • It is our intention to include an aerial helicopter tour of Quebec City and region, to take in its beauty and the fall foliage. Participants must note that safety will be our priority and this tour will be possible only in ideal weather conditions. Fall foliage is also a caprice of Mother Nature.

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Water bottle

  • Sunglasses and hat

  • Casual weather appropriate outerwear and clothing

  • Closed-laced footwear for walking and cycling

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Discover the "Niagara Falls" of Québec in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Sunday, October 7, 2018


Tour theme: Natural wonders on a massive scale

Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean is home to the southernmost fjord in North America and one of the ten longest fjords in the world. The region also boasts a vast inland freshwater sea called Lake St-Jean. This is the land where wild blueberries thrive, autumn colours are spectacular and visitors find their own little piece of paradise.

Wake up to a picturesque flight in a hydro plane over the southernmost fjord in North America. Board the cable car in the authentic 1920s ghost village of Val Jalbert and ride to the top of the stunning waterfalls. These falls are higher than Niagara Falls and the view from the top of the autumn colours is breathtaking! Visit our Fjord Museum and world-class boreal wildlife park: up-close contact with bears, moose, and marine species is guaranteed! Visiting the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec is all about living an authentic natural experience. Breathe the crisp clean air by the lakeside and taste our wild blueberries, artisanal cheeses and specialty craft beers.

The region is easily accessible by road and air from the major cities of Quebec and Montreal. It is the perfect destination for those looking for soft family adventure just a little off-the-beaten-path. Great food, fascinating history, and lots of stories to share!

Preferred markets: China, Germany, Mexico

Special notes or considerations:
  • There is limited Internet access on certain legs of the tour. Internet access can be limited during the bicycle tour and the flight over the Saguenay Fjord.

  • There is intermittent cell service on the road in some areas around the lake Saint-Jean.

  • While this adventure is not overly strenuous, participants must be of “fair” physical fitness in order to manage a bicycle tour.

  • Participants should advise if they have any dietary restrictions or food allergies

  • Single accommodation is guaranteed at all accommodations

  • Three meals per day are included

  • Travel days (day of arrival) includes: no meals (flight arrives too late for dinner)

  • Travel days (day of departure) includes: one meal

  • Tour will include one complimentary alcoholic beverage with each evening meal

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are included with every meal

  • Transfer to and from airport is included

Recommended clothing and activity-gear needed:
  • Warm layered clothing (i.e. fleece sweater, fleece pants, long and short sleeved shirts, etc.)
  • Sports wear
  • Bottle of water
  • Walking boots or shoes
  • Day pack


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Saskatchewan
 
Wandering the Wilds of Northern Saskatchewan
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - Sunday, September 30, 2018


Tour theme: Unplug and connect with the pristine beauty of Northern Saskatchewan

Northern Saskatchewan showcases nature at its best – pure, peaceful and undisturbed. Lit by the dancing lights of the aurora borealis, Aspen parklands, boreal forest and Precambrian Shield meet to create a place like no other. From canoe adventures in the historic Churchill River system to hiking by the Nipekamew Sand Cliffs, the beauty of Northern Saskatchewan will captivate.

Preferred markets: Canada, USA , UK, Germany

Special notes or considerations:
  • We will have a kit with sunscreen, insect repellant, snacks, beverages and other comfort items.
    You may wish to consider bringing along the following articles:

  • Sunscreen – if you have a preference to a certain variety

  • Hat

  • Sunglasses

  • Comfortable walking shoes for hiking

  • Comfortable clothes for daily activity and touring – layering is a good idea

  • Bathing suit or workout clothes that can get wet and towel (for canoeing)

  • Hooded jacket/hoodie (may come in handy for outdoor portions if windy, rainy or cool)

  • Proper jacket that would be suitable if it was to start raining while we’re outdoors

  • Small umbrella, if you have one

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